I saw an ad for this old Swedish made milling machine, and I can get it for not much money.
The only problem is that I don't really have room for this type of large and heavy thing now, I would probably have to store it some place meanwhile.
It's from the late fifties, and looked interesting to me because of the vertical milling attachment that you can see mounted on the machine. I don't know how common those are. There is power feed on both X and Y axis.
According to seller everything works, but it has not been used for a long time and there is some rust as the pictures show, and it should be dismantled and reconditioned.
Table length: 120cm (47")
Height: about 150cm (59")
Weight: about 1000kg (2200lbs)
The weight seems a bit heavy to me for this size, but I don't know really.
Spindle taper is unknown. I can take a guess at Morse taper, because that seems very common in Swedish machines (maybe not in the horizontal spindle).
I have not seen it in person.
What do you think? Is it a usable machine for a home shop?